New Market High School - Miner Yearbook (New Market, IA)
- Class of 1958
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Our thanks go to Portia
Pershing who is the school sec-
retary. She has helped at lunch-
time and occasionally substitutes
for the grade teachers. Her effi
For the past two years Mr. R. R.
Watson has been our superintend-
ent, teacher and advisor. His
work with the Boy Scouts and his
enthusiastic attitude have been
greatly appreciated by the school
ciency and willingness are appre
ciated by everyone with whom
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The Annual Staff Of 1958
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At the begmnmg of the school ycar a group of glrls went out and sold ads to
the merchants of the local towns The staff mcludes from left to r1ght
Mamlyn M1ller Darlene Young Jamce Harms, Janlce Gray Nancy Young Jeann1e
Rlchey Stephame Pershmg
We w1sh to thank the merchants of the vxcxmty for makmg our annual a book
to remember 1n years to come
We thc mc mhcrs rf h 'llnm r staff vush to cxnrmss our gratnudl fr r the co op: rauon of
'he 'aiu tx rm rchanvs ard lrvs vt ul axe made our J s 1 We smcerflw ho 14 v a
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VIILISITR S. PERKINS
MRS. FRANCES HULSER
MRS LELA STITES
DR E J JANSON
MRS, VERA ZIMMERMAN
WARREN STA NTON
MRS ESTHER KEESEY
G B HENRY
Look out! l still might
do something great.
Band ............... 2
Basketball . . . . . . 3, 4
Softballu. .. 3,4
Track .... . . 3, 4
Y-Teens ,,,,,, , 14,4
Chorus ..... .... . .. 4
Student Council ..... 4
Queen Candidate , .... 4
You can tt-ll lit-r by the
noise shs- dom-sn'l make,
Hand.. ......... l,2,f'l
Y-Teens ...... l,2,3,4
Student Counvil ...... 2
Softball ............. 2
Class Sec-rotary ..... 4
Homecoming Queen . . 4
A woman is as old as
she looks, a man is
never old until he stops
Football. ....... 2, 3, 4
Student Mgr .... .... 1
Band ........ ..... 1 , 2
Track... .... 1,2,3
F.F.A .... ...1,2,3
President .... ..... 1
Treasurer .... . , . 3
Speech Play .... . . . 2
Declamatory ......... 1
Basketball ....... 1, 2,2
Class V. President.. .1
Class 'l reasurer ..... E
Treasurer . 4
Pep Band ......... 1, 2
Boys' Music .... 1,2,4
Annual Staff... 4
Quiet, shy, and reserv-
ed, he gathers knowl-
F. F. A. ......... 1, 2,
Student Council ...... -1
Senior Class V. Pres. -1
Basketball . ........ .
Tran-k .... ..2
A miss in the front seat
is always better than 2
in the engine!
Basketball .... 1, ZZ, 3, 4
Track ..... ........ 1 ,2
Boys' Nlusiv .... l,2,4
Class Treasurer ..... 4
Treasurer. . . 3
Junior Play ......... 3
Senior Play.., 4
JUDY SUE FOSTER
What's she thinking?
You'll never know!
Basketball .......... 1
Cheerleader ..... 2, 3,4
Band ......,... 1, 2, 3, 4
Twirler .... ........
Majorette ........... 4
Candidate . . . 3
Shamrock Candidate . . 3
Junior Play ......... 3
Senior Play .......... 4
Y-Teens ...... l,2,3,4
Annual Staff ......... 4
Student Council ...... 4
Chorus ......... 1, 2,
Junior Play . . . . . 3
Senior Play... ...4
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IVIILLHONE Electric Water
Homer S. Stephens Pumps
Kent H. Thornell Plumbing
Paul L. Millhone Clarinda, Iowa
NOT AT THE TOP,
WANDA OWIH N5
I'd llke to be a man
hater but I just haven
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Band St 1 Fl tary
NANC Y YOUNC
Never ready always
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Studs nt C num 11
Studs-nt C ounrxl N4
Y 'I mnCal11nst
Mlxvd C horus
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State bpeech Wmmr
1 O0 St up
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ICBTHC? hcrf- to study,
not to be dlSIY'ZiC.ICfd -by
Cross C ountry
Sl mor Play
C lass X xce Pres
Studtm C ounrll Pre s
In s' C horus
It 1 Band
Ont Mt 'la s
C AROL C BASE
Somethmg old some
thlng new that's what
she 5 lnokxng forward
Band Tre asurcr
Carnival Qui on
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My carur has men
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Horns c onung
C armxal C andldatt
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Jun or Plas
bfnlor Pl as
The longest way 'round
is the sweetest way
Yearbook Editor ....
Yearbook Coallditor .
Basketball Mgr. , . .
Band ........... 1,
Y-Te-L-ns ...... 1, 2,
Girls' Glee- Club . 1, 2
Shamrovk Qut-1-n ....
Class Pri-side-nt ...4
Speech I lays .... . .
Junior Play , . .
Senior Play ........
Accompanist .,.. 2,
A st-nsiblu girl with a
Y-Teens . ..... 1,Z,.l,4
HOWARD THOM PSUN
Hr- may be quiet in
school but you'd be su
Band ..,...... l,2,3,
Basketball .... 1, 2, 3,
Baseball... ...., ....
F. F. A. Prxident . .3,
COLORS: Pink And Aqua
She is a master of ht-r
fivlds, and fcw fields
she d1dr1't master.
K Basketball ...... 1, 2, 3
. Softball .... .. I, 2, 3
Band ....,.... 1, 2, 3, 4
Pc-p Band ......... 1, 4
Sludcut thndtlvtor of
Hand .... 4
YA'I't-ens .,,,,, 1, 12, Ii, 4
Y-Teens '1'r'vasurt-r .. 'I
Y-Tor-n Vicv-Prus. . . 4
Dt-clamatory . . .1, 2, 3, 4
Glu- Club ....... 1,2,4
Yuarbook . .. . . 3, 4
Junior Play . . . . . 'S
St-mor Play .... .. . -I
Spcvch Plays . . . . .. 2
Class Secretary .... , 2
Class President .,... 3
Some people think twict
bcfort- they spvakg mt-,
1 speak twitt- before- I
Basketball .... l 2 i,4
Track ........ l,2,'i,-1
Softball... ,. 1,:,ls,4
Band ..... .. 1,z,'s,4
Y-Teens ...,.. l,2, 3,4
Class Librarianl, 2, 3, 4
Declamatory ,,,,,,, 1, 2
Glee Club ....... l,2,4
Solo ....... .,.. 2
Yearbook .... .,, 4
Junior Play .... . . 3
Senior Play . . . ..... . 4
Class Presidt-m .... 1
Y J A ,N , 81 Slaugh-
N , tering
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FLOWER: Sweet Pea
I neither worry, nor do
Agriculture . . . l, 2, 3,4
F. F. A. Reporter .... 4
Boys' Chorus ..,.... 4
Junior Play ....3
Senior Play .... .... 4
She's here---I heard
Y-Teens ...... 1,2,3,4
If at first you don't suc-
ceed, try someone else!
Basketball ...... 1, 2, 3, 4
Track .... .. 1,2,3,4
Softball .............. 1
Y-Teens ....... 1,2,3,4
Vice-President ....,.. 3
Class Secretary ...... 3
Yearbook ........ 2, 3, 4
Business Manager .... 4
Band .......... 1, 2, 3, 4
Glee Club ...... 1, 2, 3, 4
Mixed Chorus ........ 2
Accompanist.1, 2, 3, 4
Declamatory ...... l, 2, 3
Junior Play .......... 3
Senior Play .......... 4
Acts like an angel, but
just wait until you get
to know her!
Basketball .... I, 2, 3, 4
Softball ....... 1,2, 3,4
Band ......... 1, 2, 3, 4
Y-Teens ...... l,2,3,4
Y-Teen President .. . 4
Declamatory ,..... I, 2
Glee Club ....... l,2,4
Yearbook .,... . . . 3, 4
Junior Play ......... 3
Senior Play ........ 4
Student Council ..... 4
Oft' times I just sit!
First three years at
Sometimes l sit and think,
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Senior Class Will
We, the Senior Class of 1958, city of New Market, County of Taylor, and
state of Iowa, being of sound mind, do declare this to be our last will and test-
To the faculty, we leave the relief that we are leaving and give unto them
the privilege to putting up with those who take our place.
To the Janitor, we leave the Job of collecting any gum that has been left
under desks and etc. in the last four years.
To the class of '59, we leave the responsibility of carrying on the tradi-
tions of New Market High School in years past.
a DOLL! To the class of '60, we leave the ability to get around teachers by mak-
ing them believe that we have something more important to do whether we
do or not,
To the class of '61, we leave proof that it isn't impossible to become
'o f I Shirley Crawford, will my quiet ways to Sue Pratt and all the gum I chew
to Violet Squires.
I Wayne Wood, will my stature to Verl Baker and my ft-et to anyone who
v needs a firm foundation.
I Larry Leek, will my friendliness to Alan Cox.
I, Richard Bailie, will my flattop to Andy Blake.
I I Nancy Young, will my ability to be late to Mrs. Huiser.
.1 I, Carol Chase, will my ain'ts in English Class to Mrs. Keesey and my
1 love for '49 Mercurys to Margaret Anderson,
I, Ruth Thompson, will my Y-Teen announcements to Joy Drennen.
I, Judy Sue Foster, will my love for Clarinda guys to Mary Young.
I, Jeannie Richey, will my ability to get along with Mr, Slt-mp to Benny
I, Gloria Ridnour, will my diamond to Kay Jones.
I, Leah Payne, will my shyness to Connie Capsey.
I, Richard Ferguson, will my wavy hair to Clifford Pershing.
I Janice Gray, will my seat in study hall to anyone who can put up with all
those Junior boys.
I, Janice Harris, will my piano accompaniment to Katherine Crawford.
I Margaret Golding, will my artistic ability in Y-Teens to Margaret
I, Donna Miers, will all my plans t"j to Harryette Anderson.
I, Wanda Owens, will my sense of humor to Myrna Miller.
I Howard Thompson, will my Job as President of the I-'. F, A. to anyone
who can sell all that candy.
I, Richard Thompson, will my studious ways to Dusty Whitehead.
I, Joan Winger, will my smile to Phyllis Golding.
I Frances McKee, will all my girlfriends to Jim Miller.
4 Signed and sealed this 15th day of May, by the Senior Class of l958!
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Margie Judy 81 Donna
A REAL COOL CAT!!! Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Kelso, Jr. Des Moines
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SUNDAY MAx 11, 1958
HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 8:00 P. M.
Processional .... ....... M aynard Potter
Invocation ..... . . Rev. D. S. Johnson
Music fSoloj . . . ....... Marilyn Miller
Scripture .... . . . Rev. Lacy Thompson
Prayer ..... ..................... R ev. D. S. Johnson
Sermon .............................. Rev. C. M. Potter
Music qSo1oJ. . . Comfort Ye One Another ...... Joy Drennen
Benediction ....................... . Rev. Lacy Thompson
Recessional . . . .................. . . . . . . . Maynard Potter
HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 8:00 P. M.
THURSDAY MAY 15, 1958
Processional ....... . ......... ....... M aynard Potter
Invocation .......... .......... . Rev. D. S. Johnson
Music ....... It's Spring Again .... .... G irls' Glee Club
Introduction of Speaker .............. .... R . R. Watson
Address . . . Superintendent of Schools
Pottawattamie County .... Mr. Ernest Barker
Presentation of Class of '58 ...... .... S UPI- R- R- Watson
Presentation of Diplomas
President Board of Education
Announcement of Honors ............. Mr. W. S. Perkins
Class Appreciation ..... U. . Class President, Gloria Ridnour
Music QSOIOI. .On The Road To Mandalay. . Margaret Golding
Recessional ................. 1 .......... Maynard Potter
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Junior Class Play
Friday, November 8, was thc- opening night of the
Junior Class Play, "Dear Diary".
The story was based upon a teen-ago girl who kept a
make-believe diary. When her father found the diary, then
the trouble started. This rollicking, fast-moving comedy
was ably presented and directed by Mrs. Vera Zimmerman.
Members of the east were as follows: Janet Maxwell
fKay Collinsl, John Maxwell QDavid Hughesl, Connie
fHarryc-tte Andersonj, lit-tty Lou fMarilyn Miller, Wilbur
Qliddie Mala-oml, Hercules flien Jettonl, Bernadine
QSM-phanie Pershingj, Marvin fMauriee Chasey, Aunt Mary
fDonna Larsonj, Miss Murray flsinda Sparksl, J. C.
Mallory 1Andy Blakey, Molly fJanice Hargisy, and Miss
Lewis fBrenda Millerl,
Junior-Senior Ba nquel
On April 22, 1958, the Junior Class of New Market
High School entertained the Seniors and Faculty at a banquet
in their honor.
The guests passed through a giant heart into the gym
The lovely red and white decorations, the fluffy hearts, and
the spirit of love and spring-time all about gave the night
that extra sheen of glamour. The theme was "Sweethearts
The delicious banquet was prepared by the Junior
mothers and served by the Sophomore class.
Music for the prom was furnished by a local swing
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Best liked Radio Program
Best liked Song
Best liked Autor
Best liked Aetress
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Faye Whuehead, Larry Blx, Shlrleann Lxmnger, Dxck Lovltt, Joan Troanel, Bob
Runyan, Vlolet Sflulrus.
Delmar Ferguson, Eleanor Long, Allan Cox, Myrna Mxllvr, Ronme Orrne, Sharon,
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New Market MIDGPS started the season of 1957 gr1d1ron play wlth
a turnout of 20 boys to be coached by Warren Stanton The boys showed
excellent team work as they defeated 5 r1val teams fallmg only to the 2
top teams 1n the conference Two boys were out w1th shght 1nJur1es
Larry Leek and Ron Po cs recelved honorable mentxon on the All
Conference team B111 Brown was hlgh scorer for the Mmers th1s year
Larry Leek was capta1n
Losmg but one semor lmeman Larry Leek we look forward to a
more successful season next year
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Sue Pratt, .Joyce Hargis, Martha Perkins, Mary Young, Janice Harris, Student
FIRST ROW: Melva Ridnour, Ruth Thompson, Carol Chase, Margaret Golding, Phyllis Golding,
Jan Gray, Gloria Ridnour.
38 Clearfield 28 54 Northboro
55 Northboro 32 43 Braddyville
43 Braddyville 28 41 Sharpsbu rg
22 College Springs 39 33 College Springs
54 Gravity za 37 Coin
34 Coin 43 61 Sharpsbu rg
45 Nodaway 48 57 N0d8W3y
34 Clearfield 36 41 Gravity
Little Seven Tournament Mine-rettes 30 College Springs 44
Sectional Tournament Mincrettes 33 Villisca 51
We want to GXYEDG our sincere congratulations to the New Market Minerettes for their fine
job this season. The girls worked ve-ry hard and brought home nine victories out of eighteen
games. The Minerettes were rewarded with a beautiful consolation trophy as the result ofthe
Sectional Tournament. We also want to congratulate Mr. Stanton for his outstanding job of coach-
ing the girls.
AL HEIL, JEWELER
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The Miner basketball squad started the season with a victory over Clearfield.
The team lacked the fire for a winning streak. This didn't discourage the boys as
they had another victory over Nodaway. Conference play was not good at all as we
lost to College Springs in the first round of the Little Seven Tournament.
Next year we look forward to a successful season with Coach Warren Stanton
as most of the team will return. Wayne Wood and Richard Bailie are the only
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We C ongratulate the Class of 1958
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Bc-rnice Wilson Johnny Mank
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The first public appearanee for the New Market Band was August 26, 1957 at
Gravity, Iowa. The appearanee was for the Christian Ladies Aid Society. Twelve
numbers were performedg ineluding marehes, overtures, and novelty numbers.
Free iee eream and pie were given all band members.
September 28, 1957 the New Market Band performed in the Clarinda Band
Jamboree, Donna Miers was eleeted Queen Candidate to represent New Market.
After the parade all band members were given free passes to the movies, roller
skating, or dancing.
October 12, 1957 the New Market Band went to State Contest at Bedford,
Iowa. They reeeived a rating ofsl-II-II.
November 2, 1957 the New Market Hand was seheduled to mareh in Mary-
ville Homecoming Parade, but the trip was ezineelled bt-eause of siekness.
Mareh 21, 1958 the New Market voeal and instrumental Students went to
Tarkio College Musie Festival to receive ratings on their performanees.
Marc-h 22, the New Market Band went to Tarkio College Music' Festival
and played three numbers.
April 26, 1958 the New Market Band went to the Drake Relays at Des
Moines and marehed in the parade and all hand members were given a free
pass to the athletic events.
May Il, 1958, the New Market Band went to Shenandoah, lowa to the State
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Members of thn- Girls' Chnrus arr- from lvfl vo right:
Judy Sue FOSIEY, Marfyn Milli-r, Hzirr'yc'I1m- And:-rson, Dairlp-nv Young,
Sara S: ow, Miriam Wood, .lcannv Garnvr, .loyru Spring.
Fayv Xklim-hm-ad, Fharcvn Walw rs, ilzirgarm link:-r, ilinxnn Xliln-5, Judy
ldanas, .lurlyV.h1I1-livarl, Nur' Pratt, lolvnn- Xlankll , Kuju lun- 5, Huy
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C'aYl1w-rinv Xlzirrif R, Glnria lildnnur, liars n Gray, .l--4inni1- Ili lily, .lq-4 .-
Ilargis, Wilma Hake-r, Margarm Golding, Karulyn Gam, .lLlll1lk'HLil"l'lS,
Nam y Young, Nlargari-1 Anderson.
Connie Capsvy, Barbara Bix, Mary Young, .lanin r Gray, Kalhf-rinv
Crawford, Phyllis Golding, Joy Drennun, Ruth Thompson,
Pi. hov, Gladys SliVhl"SO!l, .,lan1ufHargis.
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Members of the Student Council from left to right art-2
FRONT ROW: President, Richard Bailieg Vice-President, Donna Kelso, Secretary,
Nancy Youngg Treasurer, Larry Leek, Ruth Thompson, Eddie Anderson,
SECOND ROW: Barbara Bix, Juuy Jostf-r, Donald Holland, David Pratt, Kenneth Stites,
Bill Brown, Richard Ferguson, Richard Thompson, Marilyn Miller,
The Student Council has thc responsibility of working out all the activities for the year.
They plan such events as the Homecoming, Carnival, and the Christmas Program. They
even trim the Christmas tree! With their leadership and through the cooperation of the whole
student body, they are looking forward to much progress in the future of New Market High
East Side Square Clannda. Farm Seeds
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Member ' Nursery Stock
FDIC Pet Supplies
Federal F BERRY SEED COMPANY
The Home of "Gro-Coated" Brand
Ely ln HARDWARE
The Y-Teen purpose is expressed by the symbol--the tnree sides of the triangle re-
presenting Body, Mind, and Spirit. The Circle around the triangle stands for a Y-Tec-:n's
Circle of friendliness and service to home, sehool, community, country, and world. May we
think of the circle surrounding our triangle as the friendship and fellowship of Y-Teens with
eaeh other and with all other people which makes all our efforts to build our own personal
This purpose expresses what is behind our efforts in this Community. We have tried to
benefit our school by sponsoring Thanksgiving baskets, Christmas Caroling, etc,
We wish to express our gratitude to the community for Supporting our organization
and for backing our efforts to be of service to our Community.
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Rlfhafd Thompson: President, Howard ThompsongSec1-etary, Eddie Mal:-omg Treasurer, Ronnie
Ports, and Advisor, Mr. Henry,
Vocational Agriculture in high school embraces the teaching of agriculture as a practi-
cal art as well as a scientific subject. A recent survey in California of 327 business con-
cerns that hired agriculturally trained workers n. is centers, Out of 24, 305 persons employ-
ed, one fifth of them needed more agricultural training. In the immediate future these firms
indicated that they would need 1400 additional trained persons to fill vacancies and to provide
for new vacancies, For over one half of these employees, high school agriculture training
was a need for college graduates in agriculture to the tune of 24, 000 of which there were only
12, 000 graduates available.
In the F. F,A, this year we have 31 members in our local chapter. There are 290
chapters in the state of Iowa and about 7,000 members. The F, F,A, program includes
training in Leadership, Co-operation, Public Service, and Supervised Farming.
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SHUM FUNERAL HOME BL-dford, Iowa "we Sn-ll The B1-S1 ,xnd svrvicl- Thx- Rt-51. "
Mrs. Zimmerman and her declamatory students have had a very successful
year. Twenty-four students went out for declam this year. Our home contests
were held on January 22 and 23. The winners were: Dramatic, Harryete Anderson,
Margaret Anderson, and Marilyn Miller, Humorous, Stephanie Pershing, Kenny
Stites, and Sharon Wilesg Oratorical, Jeannie Richey and Joy Drennen, Interpretive
Reading, Richard Bailie, Margaret Anderson, and Andy Blake. Those receiving
I's at the preliminary contest were Harryette Anderson, Margaret Anderson,
Marilyn Miller, Stephanie Pershing, Sharon Wiles, Jeannie Richey, Joy Drennen,
Richard Bailie, Margaret Anderson, and Andy Blake. We were very proud to be
the school to bring home the most I's from the preliminary contest. These
people will go on to district, and we hope there will be several who will go to
All the contestants are very grateful to Mrs. Zimmerman who has put in
many long hours to get the students ready for contest.
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The Faculty-School Board Banquet
The Annual Schoolboard-Faculty Dinner'
The Sophomore Home Ec. Class di
The Home Ec. III Class did the dccoratlng of the Iunchroom and the tables
New Market INew Market
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First football practice,
Half day of school.
Grind really begins! !
Band to Gravity for icc cream social.
Membership campaign for Y-Teens begins.
First day of marching band.
School pictures taken. Everyone smile!
Softball starts. Lots of sore arms.
Elected class officers and student council
Y-Teen picnic at the park.
State I. Q. Tests ! ! l!
First football game here with Clearfield.
Miners won 7-O!!
Band to Corning for Centenial.
Softball girls to Blockton, "Lost, "
First Y-Teen meeting. Recognition service.
for new members.
School out for morning, Everyone to Clarinda
to see show "Ten Commandments".
Football at Stanton. Lost 40-7.
NO SCHOOL! ! Teachers to meeting at Bedford.
G. H,A,A. Softball tournament held at New
Market. N, M. girls lost to Prescott.
High School girls play Jr. High boys after
school. Ask Jimmy W. what happened to the
SEAT of his jeans!
Softball game with Gravity. Jr. High boys and
high school girls both lost.
Football game with Westboro. Won 26-6.
Band Jamboree at Clarinda. Donna Miers was
our queen candidate.
Softball game with Gravity. Lost 29-2 8.
Freshmav' Initiation and party. Bob R. and
Jolene M. elected King and Queen. Seniors
had lots of fun--just ask any Freshman.
Football game at Coin. Won 13-12.
Y-Teen Fall Conference at Clarinda.
First girls' basketball practice. Everyone
is stiff and sore except Coach Stanton.
Football game with Amity. We lost.
Band to State Marching Contest at Bedford.
We received the only II rating in Class D.
Who put the toad in ttuth T. desk? You'd
have thought it was an alligator! ! ! I
Football game at Emerson--we won 13-7.
First nine weeks tests! We'll ruin our f'Brains"!
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Nine seniors took National Merit Scholarship
University of Kansas program in gym. Q., J
Football Homecoming. with Hopkins. WON! ! ! ! f
Joan Winger crowned Homecoming Queen. Dance ll I,
afterwards at the Community Hall.
More tests for the Seniors--aptitude tests
this time. The flu bug is around.
Senior pictures taken. They didn't break
the camera either.
Jr. Class Play--"Dear Diary"
First basketball game with Clearfield.
WON BOTH! ! !
Seniors to Clarinda for Prospective Teacher's
Day at Clarinda Junior College.
Northboro teams here. Girls victorious and
Braddyville here. Boys lost but the girls won.
Results of the aptitude tests. You'd be sur-
prised at some of the results.
Ball game at Amity. Both teams lost.
Gravity there. Boys lost and girls won.
Coin here--we lost both games.
Nodaway there. Lost both again.
Y-Teen Vesper Service at United Missionary'
Clearfield game there--lost both.
At Northboro. Christmas Vacation begins.
School reopens. Carol C. and Margaret G. both
are flashing diamonds!!!
New Year's Day- ----------- Anyone Sleepy '? ? ? 7 'P ? '? 'P
Braddyville here--Girls won and boys lost.
Sharps here. Girls won and boys lost. '
Amity here. Lost both.
Little 7 Tournament at Clarinda.
Home Declam Contest. Congratulations to the
No School! Weather bad--Essex game postponed.
At Coin. Lost both again.
Y-Teen Snowball Dance. Wanda Owens crowned
Snow Princess. Everyone enjoyed themselves
University of Kansas Show.
Basketball teams to Sharpsbour. Girls won--boys lost
Nodaway teams here. WE WON BOTH GAMES! ! ! !!
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Gravity here. Last home game for the Seniors.
Girls won and the boys lost.
Speech Contest at Clarinda. New Market brought
home I0 number I ratings.
Girls Sectional Tournament at Villisca. Girls
won consolation game against Prescott.
Boys Sectional at Coburg. Boys lost to Essex.
Juniors ordered their class rings.
University of Kansas Program.
Y-Teen Father-Daughter Party.
District Speech Contest at Harland.
Boys basketball squad to Kansas City to the
" Basketball girls and Cheerleaders to Des
Moines for State Tournament.
" Music and Speech Contest at Tarkio.
" State Speech Contest
" Y-Teen Spring Conference at Clarinda.
" Al Bell Show in Gym.
Apr. University of Kansas Show.
" Senior Class Play
Q 'gi " State Music Contest fVocall
94 rpg 1 " Little 7 Track Meet at Clarinda.
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Eli " Drake Relays. Gee! Were we tired!
5 yxglg-4 " Baseball Sectional.
'H Q' May State Band Contest. Let's have a I.
" Senior Skip Day--Kansas City.
"' " Looks like the seniors had FUN! l !
" District Track Meet.
" Class Night and 8th Grade Graduation.
' Commencement. Speaker Mr. Ernest Barker.
H FREEDON AT LAST! ! ! !
is U K: Y ' Alumni Party. It's the Seniors turn to be
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TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1958 8:00 P. M.
HIGH SCHOOL. AUDITORIUM
Processional for Eighth Grade .
Senior Class History ..........
Class Will ....
Music . . . ...... .
Class Prophecy, . .
Presentation of Awards
Citizenship Award . . . . . .
Commercial Awards . . .
Music Awards .......
Athletic Awards ....
Speech Awards ....
Special Award . . .
You should have seen
the look afterwards!
CUDAHY PACKING CO.
New Market. Iowa
The Executive Suite'
. . . Miriam Wood
. . . . . Jeannie Richey
. , Eighth Grade Boys
Eighth Grade Girls
. . . . . . Nancy Young
. . . Senior Class
Legion and Auxiliary
. . . . . . .MrS. Hulser
. .. .Mr. Stanton
. . , Mrs. Zimmerman
. . . Eighth Grade
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Furniture - Linoleum
Venetian Blinds - Rugs
East Side Square
We want to thank our rooks Verna Brooks and VlO16.ICl3SSgOW for perparxng
many fme meals for us Thexr hard work xs appreciated by everyone
Merle Blake our lustodxan
has kept our school buxldxng
'Q and grounds lookxng neat and
attrac uve He has spent many
hours fleanmg and hxs work
IS apprzcxatcd by all
Our bus drxvers have played a very xmportant part ID the school day They
carry students to and from school xn all sorts of weather They furnxsh trans 'fl
Lewxs Carmlchael, mhorty Brooks, and Noel Caroenter
K portauon to the acuvnxes The drwers are from left to right Ivan Sparks, g4
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Blanche's Coffee Shop Livingston Clothing We1and's TV and Radio
Iowa Power 81 Light Co. J. G. Handford C. S. Hausen
Electrical Appliances Insurance "Your Decalb Dea1er"
Art's Shoes Richardson Lumber Co. Martin's Shoes
---- "Your Neighbor for the last 72 years"
Runyan Standard Station
"You expect more from Standard and you get it"
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W. 1 Severs-Stacy Hardware Times-Press
' Buy Your Hardware From Us County News-Printing
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' j Thompson's Clothing John Deere Machinery
I Ready-to-Wear Clothing Bedford National Bank
Mainstreet Cafe Member F.D. I. C.
Good Food Glass Implement Co.
Cliff's Repair Your Case Dealer
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Hopkins Journal Ehlerts Elevator
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General Repairing if lf?
A. H. Glines
Conoco Service Station
If by chance you pass this way
And see this place of learning
The doors that have opened since long ago
Will keep on, through the century be turning
If by chancc you pass this way
And see the children playing
You can put your mind at easc
Because education a foundation is laying.
If by chance you pass this way
Wondering what those walls could say
l'll bet that many a tale could be told
Of mischievous def-ds at work and play.
If by chance you pass this way
And see the seniors walking thru' thc door
To start their lives out on their own
And face the world as never be-fore.
And if by chance you pass this way
And your heart sings loud with joy
That we can have these hallowed halls
For every girl and boy.
Margaret Gold ing
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